Hades502

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I have 108 stories published in 7 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 67826 times and 26 of my stories have been cherry picked.
83 of my 431 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 83 votes

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Gawain Gnosta

 

My stories

Disenchantment 25

***** Perry had lived for weeks in the meadow before she had moved to the throne room, or she thought it was weeks. Time had a way of not making much...

Disenchantment 24

***** Horblende watched from his car as Mark and the female who arrived last exited the house and walked back to her vehicle. He had gotten her...

Disenchantment 23

“Do you know what they are doing? How they are looking into it?” asked Oren. “No, I’m a student. I’m only an undergraduate student.” Malbourne glared...

Disenchantment 22

The silence hung ominously for several moments before Mark broke it: “I wanted to believe a few minutes ago, now I do. Now I one-hundred-percent do...

Disenchantment 21

“Yes,” said Floyd. “This text claims that the nineteenth day of the month is dedicated to the honor of the god of the dead, a name they rarely...

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83 of my comments have received 83 Great Feedback votes

1 Vote

Interesting

Posted on Fri, 05 Feb 2021

Interesting read, nice and reflective. In your intro you mentioned that you were worried about being insensitive. I think others, especially in this day and age get offended too easily. I would encourage you to write what you are going to write,...

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Posted in The Theory of Everything (take 2)

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Good one

Posted on Sat, 06 Feb 2021

Hey Jenny, I really liked the personification in this one. I sometimes try to do animals, but as of yet, never a plant. I thought it was very clever to imagine what it is like for the tree.

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Posted in Big Belly Oak

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A surprise poem. I should read your descriptions more carefully.

Posted on Tue, 03 Jan 2006

"Real poetry doesn't rhyme," a girl once told me years ago, when I was in the Army. She then proceeded to tell me that Simon and Garfunkel's "I am a Rock," was the best poem ever written. I reminded her that parts of the song do rhyme, yes it is...

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Posted in Just Another War

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Great

Posted on Mon, 02 Jan 2006

I really liked this one. I daresay my favorite of yours that I have read thus far. I guess this was a time ago, but surely you can redo this one for cherries, or you could if I were dishing them out. It's my kind of story. 

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Posted in The World's End Motel

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Another good one

Posted on Sat, 31 Dec 2005

I like your stories. They are often character driven, and I enjoy the insights that we get into them. This one is unique.

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Posted in Private Hell

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Interesting

Posted on Mon, 13 Sep 2004

This is a good read. Interesting use of a raven. I quite liked it. Yeah, I am going through a few people's stories on here, and thought I might as well start at the beginning. Good work.

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Posted in A Requiem For One Man's Life

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Beautiful and serene

Posted on Sat, 30 Jan 2021

Beautiful and serene, Jenny. Another good one. Perhaps you didn't intend serenity, but I usually get that from your nature descriptions.

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Posted in Drifting On The Muse

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Nice word usage

Posted on Thu, 28 Jan 2021

Some nice word usage here. Beautiful imagery as well. Maybe you stated it was a poem, but when I opnened the story I was expecting some prose. Very good.

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Posted in A Secret Forest

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More great writing.

Posted on Wed, 20 Jan 2021

You are a hell of a writer, no question. Highly interesting to shove Epicuras into your story, mentioning, Jung, and Rowling, and others was interesting. I understand most of your references, but the monkey one, the infinite monkey theorem, uh......

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Posted in The Existential Fate of Original Thought

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You are a great writer. I

Posted on Fri, 08 Jan 2021

You are a great writer. I like how another commenter brought up Schrodinger's Cat. I hadn't thought of that, but it actually fits. Great work.

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Posted in The Dead Cat

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